The work of Professor Manami Inoue has been featured at the Scientific American website. Manami Inoue, Project Professor in the AXA Department of Health and Human Security, has been conducting research on cancer epidemiology and human longevity. Her profile in Scientific American highlights her achievements in identifying modifiable risk factors that offer the ptoential to further improve human longevity globally.
Professor Kenji Shibuya attended the Regional Consultation on Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the Western Pacific held at the WHO Office in Manila. Representatives from regional Member States discussed challenges in achieving the SDGs in this culturally diverse Region. Professor Shibuya also served as a panelist for a debate session on: Working in partnership opportunity or obstacles. He referred to Japan Vision: Health Care 2035 and the 2016 G7 Ise-Shima Summit in Japan, highlighting the continued importance of [...]
Professor Kenji Shibuya attended the 69th World Health Assembly and intervened on the Millennium Development Goals and Sustainable Development Goals agenda items. He also moderated the Physical Activities side event, co-sponsored by Japan. Promotion of physical activity is one of the most important countermeasures to combat the non-communicable diseases epidemic. Professor Shibuya also joined the Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) side event as a panelists. He concluded that beyond R&D, a comprehensive approach for safe and affordable medicines is essential in collectively [...]
The Department of Global Health Policy is pleased to offer another Systematic Review and Meta-analysis Workshop facilitated by Mizanur Rahman and Sarah K. Abe September 5th-9th (10:00-15:30). This is a non-credit workshop, free and open to anyone interested. Please register at this link by August 15th. Please read the course overview for more details and contact information.